Insider tips, since you are a TUG Member (or for anyone reading on TUG):
You must have booked into Teal Landing using Club Wyndham points. 100% of my experience booking into Teal Landing using Club Wyndham points over more than 10 years, is that I get Teal Landing without having to call and confirm, because I specifically "paid extra" for Teal Landing. I believe there are two out of seven or eight Teal Landing buildings with "parking lot views." If you want a (snow covered) lake view, call about 4 days in advance and request, call on the day of arrival to confirm and ask for "do not move" designation. If that does not lock it up, nothing will.
imo - people are waaaaay to hung up about "lakeview" at Pagosa Springs. Yes, in winter the lake is frozen and snow covered, just like the fairways that Peregrine overlooks. Even in summer, the geese seem to prefer "lakeview" so there is a whole lot of goose poop to deal with around the lake at Teal Landing and Masters Place versus the golf fairways.
As for Steamboat, I always call to request a unit that faces "into the resort" to avoid the noise from US highway 40 in buildings 2, 3 and 4, and the busy street next to building 6. For a Club Wyndham points stay, either side of building 5 is quiet. Views from all units are nice, but higher floors are, course, somewhat "better." The check-in agent at Steamboat for my last stay was new and confused. She mistakenly assigned me a "highway side" unit in building 2 (B2 is all WorldMark), but this is the nice view I had from the balcony overlooking the highway